The Mist (b&w)

The MistOriginal poster design // Daria Golab
Prints // shop

When a freak storm damages their home, artist David Drayton (Thomas Jane) and his five-year-old son head into town to gather food and supplies from the local supermarket. Soon after, a dense mist rolls in, and when rumours circulate that people are being viciously attacked by unidentified creatures, the shoppers barricade themselves inside the store. But as the survivors battle against a horde of bizarre and terrifying monsters, the greatest threat to their lives comes from within

Frank Darabont, USA 2007, 15, 126mins

Smart, modestly budgeted chiller with an awe-inspiringly horrible ending
Peter Bradshaw

Criminally overlooked… this is one of the best horror movies of the last few years”
Empire

Please note: we’ll be screening the black and white version of the movie, it being director Frank Darabont’s preference:

“I always had it in mind to want to do The Mist in black and white, because there’s something about Stephen King’s story that’s a bit of a throwback. In fact, even he says in an afterword he once wrote that when he was writing the story, conceiving the story, he was inspired by those old grainy black and white monster movies of his youth. That, I think, planted a seed in my head, and I always wanted to do that…”

Where: The Victoria, 451 Queensbridge Road, E8 3AS
When: Monday 31st October 2016 // 8pm
Tickets: £3.50 advance // £5 door
Event page: Join us on Facebook

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